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|Fischer, Susan||School of Human Ecology||The research in Dr. Fischer's laboratory is primarily concerned with elucidating the role of inflammatory processes in the tumor promotion stage of multistage skin carcinogenesis. The emphasis of …|
|Freeland, Jeanne||School of Human Ecology||Nutritional needs of women from a biochemical perspective; Mineral metabolism in health and disease; Nutrient regulation of gene expression; Determination of mineral requirements at the human and …|
|Gershoff, Elizabeth||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Dr. Gershoff's current research focuses on the impacts of poverty, community violence, and neighborhoods on child and youth development over time. Her research combines longitudinal and …|
|Gleason, Marci||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Marci E. J. Gleason is interested in dyadic functioning, especially the nature of close relationships examined over time. Her current work explores how cancer patients and their family members make …|
|Gray, Christine||School of Human Ecology||Close relationships, development of interpersonal trust in dating relationships|
|Hazen-Swann, Nancy||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Dr. Hazen studies the development of social competence and peer relationships in early childhood. She is interested in how children's relationships in the family relate to their developing …|
|Hursting, Stephen||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Diet-gene interactions relevant to cancer prevention, particularly the molecular and hormonal mechanisms underlying energy balance-cancer associations.|
|Jacobvitz, Deborah||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Jacobvitz specializes in parent-child interactions and their transmission from one generation to the next. Using data from a 7-year longitudinal study, Dr. Jacobvitz is studying the transmission …|
|Jay, Cynthia||School of Human Ecology||Dr. Jay's research interests include qualitative life context biographical interviewing or historical subjects and entrepreneurial efforts of artists and craftspeople. She consults on issues of …|
|Jolley, Patricia||School of Human Ecology||Priscilla Pond Flawn Child & Family Laboratory, part of the Human Development and Family Sciences|